Christmas Thank You Cards

Endless Thanks, Stars Framelits, Fancy Frost, Stampin Up,

Here is a quick and easy card I made for thanking people for Christmas gifts I received.  I needed something easy because I found I didn’t have a lot of time and wanted to get my thank you cards out.

I used the Fancy Frost Specialty Designer Series Paper for the background.  I love this paper because it is textured with different designs so it adds a lot of dimension to the card.  This paper is in the 2016 Holiday Catalog and will be retiring when the catalog is over so if you like it you will need to order it before January 3rd.

I cut the star out using the Stars Framelits and This Christmas Designer Series Paper.  The sentiment and banner are from the stamp set called Endless Thanks.

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You’re A Star!

Pictogram Pictures, Star Framelits

During Sale-A-Bration (January 6th – March 31st) you can get free product from the Sale-A-Bration catalog for every $50 you order.  If you order $100 you can get 2 free products and $150 would get you 3 items.  There is no limit to the numbers of items you can get free with a qualifying purchase.

If you purchased the merchandise I used to make this card, you would be eligible to get one free items from the Sale-a-bration catalog.  I used the Star Framelits ($26.95), Pictogram Punches Stamp Set ($21.95 Wood Mount) and Bermuda Bay Ink ($5.95).  The trick to making the stars look like they overlap is to cut a slice in one of them and then hide the slice underneath another star.  Magic!  Well, not really but if you didn’t know the secret you might wonder!

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Very Merry Stars

Star Framelits, Glimmer Paper

As you all know, I love stars and was so happy when Stampin’ Up! included a lot of stamp sets, an embossing folder, a border punch and some Framelits all in the shape of stars!  As a result of this, you have seen a lot of cards made with stars!  Well, here is one more!

I used the Star Framelits to cut out the two larger ones on Whisper White Paper.  Then I cut out smaller ones using Golf Glimmer Paper.  This card really sparkles when under light.  It is hard to see in a photograph (especially a photograph from someone who doesn’t know a thing about taking photos!).  The “Very Merry” stamp is from the stamp set called And Many More

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